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Best Fitness BFOB10 Olympic Bench

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  • All-in-one free weight center for performing a total body workout
  • Fully adjustable to flat, decline, and incline (3) positions
  • Adjustable uprights accommodate users of different heights
  • Heavy-duty back pad and oversized foam rollers; folding frame
  • Measures 41 x 45 x 68 inches (W x H x D); 3-year frame warranty
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Product Description

Best Fitness home workout equipment is manufactured to the same high standards as those set by industry leader Body Solid. Affordably priced and ergonomically designed to fit any household, Best Fitness machines are tested tough and proven effective for a slimmer waistline, defined chest, stronger back, well muscled arms and legs and healthy cardiovascular workouts.

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The space-efficient BFOB10 folding Olympic bench is an all-in-one free weight center that delivers a total body workout with room to grow. The bench makes it easy to perform bench presses, incline presses, leg extension, leg curls, and much more. The bench is fully adjustable, with a flat setting, three incline settings, and a decline setting, along with adjustable uprights to accommodate users of different heights. The heavy-duty back pad and oversized foam rollers, meanwhile, make leg exercises just as comfortable to perform as bench presses. And thanks to the folding frame, it's a breeze to store and transport the bench. Affordably priced and appropriate for just about any household, the BFOB10 measures 41 by 45 by 68 inches (W x H x D) when fully assembled and 41 by 72 by 26 inches (W x H x D) when folded. It also carries a three-year warranty on the frame and a one-year warranty on all other parts.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 68 x 41 x 58 inches ; 74 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 79.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000XKHHMG
  • Item model number: BFOB10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,302 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I feel it is very sturdy for the class of bench it is.
Mackenzie Chamberlain
When doing a flat press the back pad does not align with the seat pad making it uncomfortable.
viana
The bench is solid and folds up and stores very easily in a small corner of our bedroom.
Bob R.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

202 of 206 people found the following review helpful By Bob R. on January 17, 2008
I've been working out with weights for 15 years but have been out of the game for the last several due to personal reasons. A few months ago I was told by my Dr. that I need to lose about 25 lbs. so I decided to get back in the game after a 2 year hiatus. However, because of my very limited time and having 2 young children at home, I did not want to go back to the gym at this time. I'm away from my kids enough during my work day so I decided to set myself up at home. The problem was, as it is with most people, I have very limited space and certainly don't have a large extra room I can dedicate as a home gym.

I bought this bench because the price was appealing and because I needed something that would fold up and take up less space since it's being stored in our bedroom. I was actually surprised at how sturdy it is for a folding bench. The bench is solid and folds up and stores very easily in a small corner of our bedroom. The mid width is perfect for my 6' bar. It will handle 6' and 7' bars but you won't be able to use it with a bar less than 6' long (the distance between the uprights is too wide for shorter bars). It's very stable and wide enough that you don't pinch your hands when re-racking the bar. It's not as heavy duty, stable or wide as an olympic size bench but it's less than half the price of a good olympic width bench and takes up much less space as well. And there are no folding olympic width benches available that I know of (not to mention I don't have the room for a bench that wide). The uprights have a good range of adjustment heights and can be turned around to do squats. The adjustment pins seem a little thin to me but this isn't a gym quality olympic bench and it is not rated to hold a dumptruck like those benches.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Michael G. on March 2, 2008
This bench is great for those without a lot of space. It folds up real nice and stays that way with a locking pin that pops in, plus a manually installed pin underneath that you can add also. It was easy to put together, comes with the tools you need (but use your own if you have them) and is a sturdy bench. I use mine with a 6-foot, 15-lb aluminum bar (200 lb load capacity) and together they make a perfect home workout center. Comes with leg extension/hamstring curl attachment which is easy to get on/off (but you need tools for the nut/bolt that holds it in place). Finish is a nice satin gold color (looks good) and quality of manufacture is good also. The supports are wide enough so that one person can load weights without the bar tipping.
Only two nitpicks: #1: the weight supports wobble some at the higher settings,and at the highest setting - for squats - it is just right for my 5'8" frame; taller folks will bend down some to get under the bar.
#2: the gap between the seat and back support is too wide (on my bench, it is exactly 3 and 3/4 inches). It should really be no more than 2 inches. But although the large gap is a little annoying, it does not bother me. Taller/shorter people may be bothered by it, though.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Chris Thompson on May 22, 2009
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I hate going to the gym because my local gym always has people using up all the benches. I never get a good workout in, because I can only use the machines, which are the only things available. I like being able to workout at my own convenience, so I shopped around for a bench.

I was looking for a bench that could do flat/incline presses and not take up too much space.

This was the only one I found that folded up. For the price I saw on Amazon, I was a bit hesitant. Not only was it cheap, it was eligible for free prime shipping as well, so I was a bit skeptical because shipping alone for this probably cost $40. The reviews were better than the other benches so I went for it.

When I opened the box, it looked like the box just exploded in my room and all I saw was a thousand nuts/bolts, and some metal bars. I was scared to death because the instructions were only 4 pages long, and it was very intimidating at first glance. After about a half hour though, I could see the bench starting to come together, and it was fairly easy to put together. As another reviewer mentioned, there was a mistake with one of the steps, but its easy to catch.

It's exactly as I had wanted, and it folds up like a dream. The leg attachment is probably the bulkiest part when folded up, but it's not that big of an issue.

There is NO decline on this bench though. The lowest it will go is flat, then it goes three steps ascending slightly. Since this bench has been in my room, I've gone from inclining 95lbs to 125lbs in three weeks. It's amazing, because I was barely able to bench 100lbs, and now I can do 3 sets of 8 @ 125lbs. When I get to a point where I want to take a break or a commercial is on TV, I'll just do a few reps here and there.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Golden Hands on October 7, 2009
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i received the BFOB10 in great condition in just over a week from when i ordered it, i was happy about that... when i put it together, it took me a lil longer than some other reviewers (about 1 1/2 hours), but it was pretty easy... all the tools and bolts that are needed to build the bench is included in the package, so don't worry about not having the proper tools... when i finished it, the bench felt sturdy (i'm about 250 lbs)... there are only a few things i didn't like about the bench... 1st, the issue people having about the gap between the seat and back pad is true... it's just a lil too far apart to do a comfortable flat bench press... however, it's not an issue when doing incline bench presses, leg extensions, or hamstring curls.... this leads me to my 2nd issue, there are 3 incline settings available... but ideally, you'd like to know what the angles (degrees) of all 3 positions are, but nowhere on the machine or manual does it say what the angles are... so that's a lil disappointing... other than that, the bench is a great product, i'd recommend it to anyone looking to get in better shape and gaining muscle... love your body.
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